A venerable Virginia treasure listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Llangollen unfolds seductively across 1,100 acres of gently rolling terrain offering an extensive array of options including equestrian pursuits, dairy farming, or a vineyard. The 12,500-square-foot Manor House bears the distinctive architectural features of its circa-1770 era but has been meticulously embellished with modern enhancements to create a pristine yet functional, inviting yet cloistered domain of 24 rooms highlighted by 17 fireplaces, nine bedrooms, and 11 baths. Polo facilities include four fields, an arena, a 5/8-mile track, and viewing and barbecue pavilions. There is also a horse barn with 24 stalls, a carriage room, office, and tack room. The jockey/guest house offers five bedrooms, four full baths, and a two-bay garage. Outbuildings include seven tenant houses, six additional barns, nine run-in sheds, an icehouse, potting shed, blacksmith shop, and various maintenance buildings. The garden showcases lovely cut-flower beds and mature trees and shrubs. Befitting its name Llangollen—Land’s End in Welsh—this historic gem is a property without peer, offering a lifestyle like no other.